Roseanne Barr has returned to Twitter to apologize and blame her racist Twitter rant on sleeping pills.Her tweetstorm on Tuesday night came hours after ABC announced it was canceling the reboot of her show 'Roseanne' over a racist tweet that referred to former Barack Obama adviser Valerie Jarrett as a product of the Muslim Brotherhood and 'Planet of the Apes'.In a series of post-firing tweets, Barr told people not to defend her and claimed she was 'ambien tweeting' when she fired off the comments about Jarrett.It came after co-stars John Goodman and Sara Gilbert both stepped out looking less than thrilled after learning they had lost their jobs following Barr's earlier Twitter rant.And Tuesday's show didn't go without a hitch after a stage invader stormed onto the judging panel and slammed three of the red buzzers.
It seems like the single life is treating Halle Berry well. News has learned that the actress, who recently split from husband Olivier Martinez, "is in a very peaceful and happy place at this time," according to a source, and although it's not hard to believe that men are probably flocking to the gorgeous celeb, we're told that while Berry is dating "here and there," she "is just taking a step back from being in another serious relationship for a while."The insider tells us, "She hasn't gotten into another relationship since her breakup but she has been talking to a few people very lightly and going out when she has time. She has a positive outlook on life."Speaking of her children, Nahla and Maceo, the source tells E!Three years ago, it was being praised for being 'on the up' as projects helped reinvigorate local heritage, while new build homes, supermarkets, and thriving markets enhanced its revival.Now, though, Prescot is at the heart of a fierce Twitter spat, after a damning story in The New York Times labelled the town as a symbol for Britain's failures of austerity, in a new series called Britain's Big Squeeze.Yet, despite paying £22 a month for 16 years - around £4,000 - Aviva refused to pay out when Steven, 40, nearly died in January after his heart stopped for 20 minutes.The first live show was blighted when a thunderstorm caused a technical glitch, forcing Britain's Got Talent to be off air for five minutes.